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SubjectRe: PostgreSQL pgbench performance regression in 2.6.23+
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On Thu, 2008-05-22 at 11:05 +0200, Mike Galbraith wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-05-22 at 13:58 +0530, Dhaval Giani wrote:

> > Can you try with 2.6.26-rc? There is minimal load balancing for group
> > scheduling till 25, which might explain the lack of scalability.
>
> I'm playing with it now, it's tweakable with migration cost. This
> testcase is funky. It can't generate enough work to keep CPUs busy for
> spit, and can't saturate my little quad with any kernel I've tried.

Heh, watch this. No tweaking.

(Nadia's ipc/idr patches are applied though, to see if the high end
improves over previous runs with various kernels, and it does seem to.)

2.6.26-smp x86_64
1 10014.774797
2 9791.395302
3 10575.369296
4 9763.183251
5 10160.274262
6 9893.174179
8 9566.978464
10 10294.456456
15 9444.100540
20 9137.878618
30 8277.795499
40 7925.824428
50 7646.644285

nail postgres to CPUs1-3
nail pgbench to CPU0

2.6.26-smp x86_64
1 10900.959982
2 15976.870604
3 24661.322669
4 25347.141780
5 25893.815676
6 26756.414839
8 25399.018582
10 26172.878669
15 25542.082746
20 25090.381828
30 24270.301103
40 23405.867336
50 21926.223083





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